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Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g
Milk Thistle Capsules - 61 g

The milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is a remarkably pretty, violet-flowering plant with spiky stems and leaves which belongs to the composite plants. It is mainly to be found in the Mediterranean region, and grows there on dry, stony ground, at the sides of paths and livestock pastures. From its seed-like fruit, an effective substance complex can be obtained which is named based on the scientific designation for the milk thistle, Silymarin. Only healthy livers can produce bile, which is important for the digestion. This is why we have added the substance choline, which is like a vitamin and is proven to contribute towards a normal lipometabolism and helps maintain and normal, healthy liver function. The trace element zinc is a component of many enzymes and makesan important contribution towards a normal metabolism, inlcuding fats, fatty acids, carbohydrates and proteins. Each capsule contains 200 mg dry extract of milk thistle fruits.

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Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml
Organic Frying Oil - 750 ml

This high quality organic frying oil is cold-pressed from the best, controlled, organically grown high-oleic sunflower seeds and then deodorized. It has excellent heat stability and is therefore perfect for frying, cooking, roasting, deep fat frying, for wok dishes and for fondues etc. Fried foods are crispy on the outside and sty succulent inside. With its mild, neutral taste and its high content of unsaturated fatty acids, this oil is also perfect for food and dishes when the oil's own aroma should not be tasted e.g. for mayonnaise, salad dressings or marinades.

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Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml
Aloe Vera Wellness Bath - 500 ml

This "feel-good spa" contains the caring, skin-friendly ingredients of Aloe Vera (50%) together with harmonious fragrances, resulting in a bathing experience full of relaxation and enjoyment. The natural moisturising factors and the healthy active substances of aloe vera help to maintain your skin smooth and supple. The unique eudermic qualities of aloe vera have already been known since the antiquity, why the “Queen of the desert” is not only much appreciated by people with skin problems.

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Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g
Oysters Maca Active Capsules - 74 g

Food supplement for HER and HIM with oyster concentrate, prickly pear blooms, royal jelly, zinc, vitamin E and the potential out of the Peruvian maca root. Oysters Maca Active capsules complete the daily alimentation with these important energy-giving substances. Zinc helps maintain normal levels of testosterone in the blood.

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Do prickly pears have thorns?

Yes, prickly pears do have thorns. The thorns are actually modified leaves, and they are found on the pads of the cactus. These th...

Yes, prickly pears do have thorns. The thorns are actually modified leaves, and they are found on the pads of the cactus. These thorns can be quite sharp and can cause irritation if they come into contact with the skin. It is important to handle prickly pears with care to avoid getting pricked by the thorns.

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What about the cucumbers being prickly?

Cucumbers have small prickly bumps on their skin, which are actually tiny spines called trichomes. These trichomes can cause irrit...

Cucumbers have small prickly bumps on their skin, which are actually tiny spines called trichomes. These trichomes can cause irritation or discomfort when touched, so some people prefer to peel the cucumber before eating it. However, the prickly skin is completely safe to eat and does not affect the taste or nutritional value of the cucumber. Some varieties of cucumbers have smoother skin, so if you prefer to avoid the prickly texture, you can look for those types at the grocery store.

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When does a prickly pear cactus bloom?

A prickly pear cactus typically blooms in the spring or early summer, usually between April and June. The exact timing of the bloo...

A prickly pear cactus typically blooms in the spring or early summer, usually between April and June. The exact timing of the blooming season can vary depending on the specific species of prickly pear cactus and the climate of the region where it is growing. The cactus produces vibrant and colorful flowers that attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies.

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Doesn't the prickly pear cactus bear fruit?

Yes, the prickly pear cactus does bear fruit. The fruit of the prickly pear cactus is commonly known as a prickly pear or tuna. It...

Yes, the prickly pear cactus does bear fruit. The fruit of the prickly pear cactus is commonly known as a prickly pear or tuna. It is a sweet and juicy fruit that comes in various colors, such as red, purple, and yellow. The fruit is often used in culinary dishes and can be eaten raw or used to make jams, jellies, and beverages.

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How many calories do prickly pears have?

Prickly pears are low in calories, with one medium-sized prickly pear containing approximately 60-80 calories. They are a good sou...

Prickly pears are low in calories, with one medium-sized prickly pear containing approximately 60-80 calories. They are a good source of fiber, vitamin C, and antioxidants, making them a healthy and nutritious snack option.

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How do you eat a prickly pear?

To eat a prickly pear, start by using tongs or gloves to carefully remove the spines from the fruit. Then, slice off both ends of...

To eat a prickly pear, start by using tongs or gloves to carefully remove the spines from the fruit. Then, slice off both ends of the prickly pear and make a lengthwise cut along the skin. Peel back the skin to reveal the flesh inside, which can be eaten directly or added to salads, smoothies, or desserts. The flesh of the prickly pear is sweet and juicy, with a flavor similar to a cross between a watermelon and a pear.

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What kind of prickly plant is this?

The plant in the image appears to be a cactus, known for its thick, fleshy stems and prickly spines. Cacti are well-adapted to ari...

The plant in the image appears to be a cactus, known for its thick, fleshy stems and prickly spines. Cacti are well-adapted to arid environments and are often found in desert regions. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, with some producing colorful flowers. Cacti are popular as houseplants due to their low maintenance and unique appearance.

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Are prickly pear cacti harmful or normal?

Prickly pear cacti are normal plants that are commonly found in arid and semi-arid regions. While they have spines and glochids (s...

Prickly pear cacti are normal plants that are commonly found in arid and semi-arid regions. While they have spines and glochids (small hair-like prickles) that can cause irritation if touched, they are not inherently harmful. In fact, prickly pear cacti are often cultivated for their edible fruits and as ornamental plants in gardens. However, it is important to handle them with care to avoid getting pricked by their spines.

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How can one make prickly pear tea lemonade?

To make prickly pear tea lemonade, start by brewing prickly pear tea using dried prickly pear pads or tea bags. Let the tea cool t...

To make prickly pear tea lemonade, start by brewing prickly pear tea using dried prickly pear pads or tea bags. Let the tea cool to room temperature. In a separate pitcher, mix freshly squeezed lemon juice, water, and sweetener of choice (such as honey or sugar). Once the tea has cooled, add it to the lemonade mixture and stir well. Serve over ice and garnish with lemon slices or fresh mint leaves for a refreshing drink.

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What did the dog eat that was prickly?

The dog ate a prickly pear cactus fruit. These fruits are covered in small, sharp spines that can stick to the dog's fur and skin,...

The dog ate a prickly pear cactus fruit. These fruits are covered in small, sharp spines that can stick to the dog's fur and skin, causing discomfort and potential injury. It's important to keep pets away from prickly plants to avoid any harm.

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Is it normal for a prickly pear cactus?

Yes, it is normal for a prickly pear cactus to have spines or thorns. These spines serve as a defense mechanism to protect the cac...

Yes, it is normal for a prickly pear cactus to have spines or thorns. These spines serve as a defense mechanism to protect the cactus from animals and humans. The spines also help to reduce water loss by providing shade and reducing air flow around the cactus. Therefore, it is completely normal for a prickly pear cactus to have spines.

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How does cutting hair lead to a prickly scalp?

When hair is cut, the sharp edges of the hair strands can cause irritation to the scalp, leading to a prickly sensation. This is b...

When hair is cut, the sharp edges of the hair strands can cause irritation to the scalp, leading to a prickly sensation. This is because the cut ends of the hair can rub against the scalp, causing discomfort and sensitivity. Additionally, as the hair grows back, the shorter strands can also contribute to the prickly feeling as they may not lay flat against the scalp. Overall, cutting hair can lead to a prickly scalp due to the sharp edges of the cut hair strands and the regrowth of shorter hairs.

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